B. 1991 in Falmouth, Cornwall. Georgia worked from a static caravan on a sheep farm in Cornwall. 


Georgia Gendall is a queer artist, facilitator, ex professional now hobby gardener and seasonal shepherd living and working in Cornwall. Rooted in the landscape she eavesdrops on the lives of rural characters, and the structures of their environment; worms, cows, potatoes, scarecrows, deer, gusts of wind, biscuits, kissing gates, the feeling of the inside of a ewe, and fields of grain - commune in her work. Using event structures, sculptures, performance and videos she brings these characters together through multi-sensory encounters that take delight in unravelling our preconceptions of the rural as idyll and subverting the familiar to embody queerness. 

Georgia runs Allotment Club; an artists led project space situated within an allotment just outside Penryn, Cornwall.
Georgia also runs Forced Collaboration: an online cross disciplinary instructions based collaborative platform, aiming to forge relationships between artists from different locations and tackling the blockages we all face in our practices.

In 2023 Georgia was awarded a Henry Moore Foundation Artists Foundation Award for sculpture and an Arts Council England Project Grant to run her project space Allotment Club and Falmouth Worm Charming Championships 2023. In 2022 Gendall was awarded the Peoples Choice Award and the Additional Award for her work in Exeter Open Contemporary.

Recent solo/group exhibitions/events/ commissions, residences include: Falmouth Worm Charming Championships, (2021 - 2023); Allotment Club, Penryn (2023); Exeter Open Contemporary, Exeter Phoenix Gallery, Exeter (2022); Stokkøyart, Norway (2022), Bothy Project, Scotland (2022), Thanks for the Apples, Falmouth Art Gallery, Falmouth (2021); When was the last time you lay down to look at the sky? Whitegold, St Austell (2020); In Other Words, Darling, Kestle Barton, Lizard, Cornwall & Auction House, Redruth, Cornwall (2019); also, also, also, Whitstable Biennale, Whitstable (2018).


Stokkøyart Resdency, Stokkøya, Norway, 2022
Exeter Open Contempory, Exeter Phoenix Gallery 2022
Falmouth Worm Charming Championships, Dracaena Centre, Falmouth, 2022
The Only Thing More Slippery Than An Elbow, (group show),  Auction House, Redruth, 2022 
Bothy Project Residency, Highlands, Scotland, 2022


Thanks for the Apples, Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall, 2021
Gathering, Haalem Art Space, 2021
Penryn Worm Charming Championships, Penryn, 2021.
Gathering, Grays Wharf, 2021.

Allantide, NOSON CALAN GAEAF, G39 Cardiff.
Nobody Said it was Easy, From the Field, Fieldnotes. 
When was the last time you lay down to look at the sky? Whitegold, St Austell
Rame Projects, Maker Heights, Plymouth, 
What is She, NOHAT, Ex-Baldessarre, Bedford & Big Shop Friday, Milton Keynes.
The Potion Room, Subsidiary Projects, Vauxhall, London. 

Unbounded, Eden Project, St Austell
Mad as Map, Artlicks, News of the World, Depford, London
Break us Gently, Porthmeor Studios, St Ives.
Brickfield, Blackpool pit, St Austell
In Other Words, Darling, solo show, Auction House, Redruth

Exhibition in my Shed, Burtnhouse Allotments, Penryn
also, also, also, Whitstable Biennale, Whitstable
Structures, Newlyn Art Gallery, Newlyn

Nawki, East Bristol Contemporary, Bristol (hosted by 12Ø, in collaboration with CBS Gallery Eastside Projects, Focal Point Gallery, HUTT, Ladette Space, Limbo, SERF, SPUR, The White Pube)
In Present Company, Freightliners City Farm, London

‘did you pack this bag, yourself ’, The Buggy Factory, New York (with 12Ø)
Bought objects, Voidoid Archive, Glasgow
30/30, 12Ø, London
gtg, Solo Show, 90 Clifden Gallery, London

Whittingdale Closing Show, Whittingdale Pavilion, London (Art Licks Weekend) Unannounced Acts of Publicness, ‘I’ll Pick You Up After Lunch’, (with Jo Scandrett),
Produced by AIR, London.

Up Hill Down Hall, Tate Modern, London
Make Good, Old Selfridges Hotel, London (with Bosse & Baum)

Collection of the Everyday, Wellcome Collection, London
No Ball Games, Archway Mall, AIR, London

Millennium Sculpture, (private commission), King Charles Primary School, Falmouth


Stokkøyart Residency, Stokkøya, Norway, 2022
Peoples Choice Award, Exeter Open Contempory, Exeter Phoenix Gallery 2022
Additional Award,  Exeter Open Contempory, Exeter Phoenix Gallery 2022
Bothy Project Residency, Highlands, Scotland, 2022
Rame Projects, Maker Heights, Plymouth,
Covid Internation Arts Festival, Special Mention, Miranda July, 2020
Structures residency, Newlyn Art Gallery, 2018
Penryn Arts Festival, Bursary holder, 2017
Freightliners City Farm, Residency, 2017
Whittingdale Residency, 2015
Lifeboat Residency 2014
Nominated for the NOVA Award 2014


2014: UAL, Central Saint Martins, BA (Hons) Fine Art (First Class)
2009: University of Falmouth, Foundation Diploma in Art and Design